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. today all of that remains but the investigation moves ahead led by the f.b.i. but with contributions not only from boston, massachusetts, but also of agencies of federal government looking for the person or persons who did it. and asking the question: what do boston and other cities do to make their citizens as safe as possible? we begin with the president of the united states who spoke this morning at 11:30. >> any time bombs are used to target innocent civilians, it is an act of terror. what we don't yet know, however, who is who carried out this attack or why, whether it was planned and executed by a terrorist organization foreign or domestic or was the act of a ma malevolent individual? >> rose: this afternoon there was a press difference by governor patrick and state and local officials, including f.b.i. officials in charge of the investigation. >> at this time there are no claims of responsibility. the range of suspects and motives remains wide open. importantly the person who did this is someone's friend, neighbor, coworker or relative. we're asking anyone who may have heard
? >> it is 5:31. developing news this morning on the boston bombings, the f.b.i. is making an appeal to the public for photos and video or any information that could lead them to the bomber as they comb new clues uncovered at the bombing sites. we go live to abc7 news in boston. >> good morning, eric, the f.b.i. is doing that because there are still no suspects. here in boston, you get the sense that this is a city that is united. there is an outpouring of support for the victims in the hospital recovering and there is deep sympathy if the families who have lost loved ones. overnight, boston breathes emotional vigil in the dorchester neighborhood for martin richard, just eight years old, killed in the attack. >> at the boy's home, neighbors dropped off flowers and children remember him in a park where he used to play. another victim, 29-year-old krystle campbell is also being remembered at the marathon cheering on her friend's boyfriend. >> i cannot believe this has happened. she did everything... >> the third person killed has been identified as a boston university you graduate stud
are injured and the death toll right now is unknown. >>steve: fox news has confirmed f.b.i. has clear photographs of two suspects in the boston marathon bombing. we're going to tell you what we know this morning. >>brian: we have a picture. and a mississippi man arrested for sending poison-laced letters to the president of the united states and other lawmakers on capitol hill. all of these stories right now. >>gretchen: first that fox news alert from texas. terror as a massive blast rips through a fertilizer plant near waco, texas. the horrifying moment caught on cell phone video. >> are you okay? >> i can't hear. get out of here. please get out of here. >> oh my god! >>gretchen: the fire explosion leveling dozens of homes and businesses within an eight to ten-block radius. here's what we know so far this morning. police believe 5 to 15 people may be dead. three to five volunteer fire fighters are missing. more than 160 others have been hurt. >>brian: after the fire comes an explosion. almost within two hours of the fire. and people instinctively go there. it's a small town. many peop
at abc7news.com. at 6:30 f.b.i. will hold a briefing for us and abc7 news will carry a special report with a gma team anchoring that bringing the latest at 6:30. >> from the south bay this morning, we have a hazardous material situation at a pg&e transformer. thousands of gallons of oils leaking but it is being contained. we will bring you the latest information on this as it becomes visible. >> a lot going on this morning and not the least of which the winds are die down. mike nicco? >> they did come overnight as we expected but we could pick up this afternoon. areas in tan including the cartinez strait and the democrat that communities where we have the fastest wind starting at 9:00 this morning, ramping up all the way through 5:00 and they could gust define 35 and 43 miles per hour and they will be sustained from the northwest at 20 to 30 miles per hour. as far as right new our fastest wind gusts in fairly at 22, and santa rosa at 26 and 18 in novato and half moon bay and starting off in the 30's and 40's and maybe 50 around san francisco and in the 60's away the coast by noon and
and woman power necessary to put all the information together that's something the f.b.i. can do well. unfortunately in the past in these investigations federal law enforcement use it as a one way street. they'll take information from the locals and they won't share anything. from watching the press conference i think they're will be the kind of sharing back and forth that needs to occur in order to advance the investigation. >> what do you make of the reports from seen year law enforcement that there was no chatter about this leading up to the event? >> because this was a domestic event if there was any chatter that was international it doesn't necessarily mean that it they were prepared to share it with the local law enforcement. i think that will be one of the other interesting stories to follow in the coming days. because in the past the f.b.i. has been very effective at detecting internationally and domestically activities before they occurred. this one clearly got through all the safety nets and it is you know this clearly involved more than one person. >> and that's what i was
the f.b.i. has already reached and that is -- that is the nature of and the focus of their investigation. >> this was a heinous and cowardly act, and given what we now know about what took place, the f.b.i. is investigating it as an act of terrorism. >> bill: and the president says he we all know what an act of terrorism is and why this qualifies. >> anytime bombs are used to target innocent civilians, it is an act of terror. >> so the latest we know three dead from the double bombing there at the finish of the boston marathon an 8-year-old boy, a young 29-year-old spectator, woman spectator who just came there to see the runners cross the finish line and a chinese nationalist graduate student who has not yet been identified who, again, was there among the spectators. three dead, 140 wounded, probably a couple of dozen of whom, if not more were looking for the exact -- looking for the exact number actually lost their limbs, lost legs because of the force of this -- of these blasts. all the fbi can tell us, as rick delaura does, the makin
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. >> the boston bombings. the f.b.i. served a search warrant in suburban boston. authorities combed an apartment building but will not say what they are looking for or how this home is connected to the investigation. so far they don't have anyone in custody for the attack but the f.b.i. is tracking several persons of interest. the two bombs killed at least three including an 8-year-old boy who went to hug his father. that child has been identified this morning as martin richard. the 145 people have been injured and 15 are critical this morning. for the latest we go to abc7 news' reporter live in boston. >> good morning, a difficult morning here in boston one of many difficult oranges to -- mornings to come trying to return to work after the city was rocked by bombs. this morning, thecy of boston is on heightened areporter 24 hours after terror were arrested. thousands of running in the marathon and a few yards from the finish line at 2:50 the first bomb explodes. >> multiple people down. i don't know what the cause is. stand by. >> chaos ensued amid the white smoke seconds later, another explosi
for more information. u.s. intelligence, best in the world, f.b.i. first rate organization. talking points believe they will be found and brought to justice and executed, but if this is an international terror attack, repercussions will be severe. if it's home-grown, that will be another stain on american history. that is memo. now to the top story, let's bring in charles krauthammer that joins us from washington. i want to ask you a number of random questions about this situation. we're not going to speculate here. first of all, last night in my analysis, i had no beef with president obama not mentioning the word of terrorism. i said, no, he has to wait until he sees the evidence before he defines it in any way. we know it is terrorism now and president said it's terrorism. i also said he used the word tragedy in a wrong way because it's much more than a tragedy. do you agree with that? >> i agree entirely. obama is not the first to use tragedy in describing events like this. a bus accident is a tragedy and attack is an act of war. when fdr addressed the congress after pearl harbor, he di
. >> the f.b.i. is making an appeal to the public for photos, video, or any information that could lead to the bomber as they comb new clues uncovered at the site. for more we go live to abc7 news reporter in boston. >> no suspects here but in boston, you get a sense this is a city united an outpouring of support for the folks who are in the hospitals recovering and deep sympathy for the families of the victims who lost loved ones. >> overnight, boston grieves, a vigil in the neighborhood for martin richards just eight years old killed by the attack. >> the boy's home, neighbors dropped off flowers and children remembered him in a park where he played. another victim, 29-year-old crystal campbell is remembered at the marathon cheering on her friend's boyfriend. >> i cannot believe this happened. everything she did... >> the third person killed has been identified as a boston university graduate student from china. it is not just boston with the heavy heart. at yankee stadium a teen tribute to the victims, sweet caroline played, a fenway park favorite. ♪ sweet caroline >> this morning,
miller is a former deputy director of the f.b.i. he's joining us right now. john, you've been talking to your law enforcement sources all afternoon. what do you know? >> well, either things are going really well or this is going to be very challenging and that hangs on this individual they have in custody. so let's go back over that. how does this happen? it happens that the first device goes off, the second device goes off and somebody who's noticed this individual saw him acting in a way that they thought was suspicious. they see him running away from the device. now, a reasonable person after an explosion would be rubbing away. but this person had noticed them before. this is a civilian, now. chases him down, tackles him, turns him over to the boston police. the individual who is being looked at was suffering from a burn injury. that means that person was pretty close to wherever this blast went off but not so close as to suffer the serious injuries that other people did. he is in custody. authorities tell me he's being fully cooperative means he's answering all their questions, he
in police custody. he is charged with making a terrorist threat. f.b.i. agents searched his home on friday gathering evidence as part of this ongoing probe. dominic joins us live from los angeles. are they naming him as a suspect? >> reporter: they are sticking to the charges of making a terrorist threat. they are not confirming or denying he will be charged. now, we are hearing newest reports coming out that he may be so. in an email they said this. williams has not been charged with any murder and we have not named any suspect, prime suspect or persons of interest in the case. investigation continues and all leads and tips continue to be worked. in that context, the authorities are apparently to double the award. they want to pump it up to $400,000 which those that no law enforcement say, its sign they may be short on clues. >> gregg: why would the f.b.i. and some other agencies searching through those two storage units? did they belong to williams? >> no confirmation they were his, but the feds did sweep through his house thoroughly on friday. the suspicion that the murderers had a grud
typically does the f.b.i. work with other countries. i assume the video has gone global by now? >> i assume it has. they work closely with the border up in canada as you are referring to. i do think that the individuals most likely have gone out of the area, i think starting to look through videos and if they thought they had safety where they were. they would have high taled it out of there. and looking outside of the country would be important. there is a number of things that the f.b.i. is looking for. i am hopeful and i think it is a stunning development in the case. >> all right. we want to thank you for joining us on the program tonight. bill daley former f.b.i. and agency. we want to direct your attention you can look at it on foxnew it is.comwith bret baier is next. so we are looking at the video here. greg, you mentioned stuff
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possible. (male announcer): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. the f-b-i identifies two suspects in the terror attack. the images the f-b-i hopes to use to identify them. and the attorney for the >> take a look this still images they reveal even more detail. dark shoes pants and jacket and may be a great hooded sweat shirt right there and believed that this is the man who dropped his backpack at the second explosion. both men are known to be armed and very dangerous for news. >> right now is believed to be spied and 15 people may have died. a least a hundred and 60 people injured j.r. stone kron 4 news. >> just before 8:00 p.m. wednesday evening a fire broke out after fertilization plant on the east side of town. damaging this nursing home and almost completely damaged this apartment complex. the plant is completely destroyed the building smash to the ground. in the newsroom charles clifford kron 4 news >> they are now charging 16 year-old for the murder of paramedic police and also announced on thursday that they had rested a sixth suspect 813 year-old, that now mak
from the smoke down the street about a block from the first explosion. the f.b.i. tonight is confirming that another explosion took place at the john f. kennedy library which is located in dorchester. it's just about an hour after the explosions at the finish line, about four miles at that location from where these explosions took place. no injuries are reported at the j.f.k. location. law enforcement, at this point, is still unable to confirm whether it is indeed related to these two explosions. and an investigative source is confirming to fox that the boston police have found and removed another suspected device, this one located at st. ignatius church just steps away from boston college. the city of boston has recalled all of its off duty police officers and they've been called in for support. boston police commissioner ed davis is preparing the public for a lot of injuries and deaths beyond the two that we know of at this hour. >> 2:50 p.m. today, there were simultaneous explosions that occurred along the route of the boston marathon, near the finish line. these explosions occurred
that need to be collected and cat hrogz, packaged and da da catalogued, eventually transported to the f.b.i. for analysis. they have a particular section that is called the t-dac, it is the terrorist explosive device analytical center. they have highly trained individuals who have seen a lot of improvise eddie vices both domestically and internationally >> we saw images of balance bearings the other day. -- ball bearings the other day, maybe evidence of a circuit board. perhaps there was a zipper that purchase jived the bombing. how does that -- survived the bombing. how does that all fit together and where do you start on that? >> the ball bearings the significance of those really is the addition of shrapnel to a device. when the device explodes adds additional material which can travel through the air at a high rate of speed causing injury to individuals as well as physical destruction to inch and ta math objects. the use of electron cal components can be used in a variety of different ways to initiate a device and individuals will have to make a determination if those electronic componen
, you'll see the point from the smoke down the street about a block from the first explosion. the f.b.i. tonight is confirming that another explosion took place at the john f. kennedy library which is located in dorchester. it's just about an hour after the explosions at the finish line, about four miles at that location from where these explosions took place. no injuries are reported at the j.f.k. location. law enforcement, at this point, is still unableo confirm ether it is indeed related to these two explosions. and an investigative source is confirming to fox that the boston police have found and removed another suspected device, this one located at st. ignatius church just steps away from boston college. the city of boston has recalled all of its off duty police officers and they've been called in for support. boston police commissioner ed davis is preparing the public for a lot ofnjuries and deaths beyond the two that we know of at this hour. >> 2:50 p.m. today, there were simultaneous explosions that occurred along the route of the boston marathon, near the finish line. these exp
and director of the f.b.i., robert mueller. for the yearly open hearing before the house intelligence committee. as a reminder to all members, we're in open session, and we should be careful not to discuss classified matters. whether we have a closed session immediately following this session to address sensitive matters. i just want to congratulate our committee yesterday, an 18-2 vote on the cyber security information sharing bill. we thought it was a great start. this morning, because of changes made, the bill received the endorsement of tech net, largest high-tech association with the largest number of high-tech companies. we're pleased with that and looking forward to moving forward so our intelligence services can share bad stuff with the good guys. the purpose is to allow the american people to hear from those responsible for providing the intelligence to protect the united states and for america, to see firsthand the oversight conducted by their elected representatives. as always, we live in dangerous times. a nuclear north korea continues its bellicose behavior, threatening american al
. federal agents do now know the apparent method used -- the f-b-i says. a pressure cooker and black bag were part of a bomb. what we know tonight: three blasts. and more than 180 people injured. after the twin explosions ripped through the crowded finish line are on monday. but. it is still not known who is behind the deadly attack.whether they are foreign or domestic terrorists. and why. president obama plans to visit boston on thursday to attend an interfaith service in honor of the victims. hundreds of people gathered tonight on the boston common for a vigil to honor the victims. the crowd sang songs and lit candles. they held signs that read - "peace here and everywhere." mourners tonight said, the people of boston would not be afraid. there was a heavy military presence on the boston common. with dozens of national guard troops standing by. it has been reported and that this backpack/bag is part of the bomb. and that shrapnel became air born. nails were inside of the pressure cooker to become shrapnel. you can see the lettering on that the fbi is processing these items in a laborat
this. >> pelley: but they're still at the starting line. >> the f.b.i. is investigating it as an act of terrorism. >> pelley: john miller, bob orr and elaine quijano have the latest including what we now know about the bombs. we've learned the identities of two of the dead, a woman and an 8-year-old. jeff glor on martin, the boy who put a face on the tragedy. dr. jon lapook tells us how the youngest of the wounded are being treated tonight. and don dahler on the stories survivors are telling. >> everybody was just spectacular. the most well organized response i've seen in my entire life. captioning sponsored by cbs captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley reporting tonight from boston.
. >> stephen: has this guy got a chance to pull it together? >> we hope. the f.b.i. straightens up our political corruption. the em guy hopefully straightens up the books. the car companies are straight. we have trade with canada, all the water. >> stephen: trade weapon canada? >> one-quarter of a trillion in trade with canada comes over the bridge in detroit. that's our future. ask yourself atlanta, birlingham, stockton, phoenix, what is your future? >> stephen: i don't know. why because you think those are the next cities? >> ask the people in philadelphia? ask them in harrisburg, baltimore. this is the great swath of america. i'm scared. >> stephen: if past stories you covered the war in iraq, crossed the desert with migrant mexicans, you became a trap pease clown in a traveling circumstance social security of immigrants is moving back to detroit as it goes down the tubes a stunt? are you like set me on fire and push me off a cliff? [cheers and applause] >> i actually was going to run for mayor and then i realized you probably have to do the job and the time for stunts are over. tim
that the f.b.i. would prefer him to enjoy a hot cup of shut the [bleep] up. and cnn fills the entire afternoon in between those bookends with this. >> there's clearly something afoot today. now you have people who are out there pulling back some. >> we're getting conflicting reports about an arrest. >> there has been a misunderstanding. >> at this point it appears the people who have been reliable sources to us the past 48 hours either were giving us inaccurate information or got out ahead on themselves. >> there's been a lot of confusion. >> we don't know what's right or not right. as anderson said you don't want to go down the road of speculation wrongfully >> jon: that's what you were doing. you spent an hour debating the merits of your own fiction. see, we're accustomed to 24 news networks thriving on conflicts. generally that conflict is between two outside parties. cnn's reporters have discovered that they can remove the middleman. and spend hours of programming fighting amongst themselves. they have figured out a way to [bleep] in their own mouth. cnn has become the human sent
/11, the guy you're referring to michael the f.b.i. finally said after someone died, we thought it was him. they had already had an investigation, they thought maybe he committed suicide because of the investigation. it was just a random professor who was a weirdo who followed sorority girls. was it really him? who knows. >> i think i read a pretty convincing -- too. you have the unabomber. there's a long history of domestic american terrorists who don't claim responsibility right away and do this stuff for years before they get caught. richard jewell, that was blamed on him and it was this other guy completely. cenk: that turned out to be erik rudolph. >> i haven't read enough, but i don't think we're going to get a claim of responsibility if we had not caught tim mcveigh. cenk: we never got clarity on the so-called second bomber at oklahoma city. >> eventually, you could interrogate tim mcveigh and get to the bottom of it. cenk: oh, right we killed him. >> everybody said there was a second bomber at oklahoma city and then the authorities were like we never caught that guy so no, there wa
of a possible sinkhole in the number three lane. we continue to follow news in boston marathon bombings, the f.b.i. says one of the two bombs was housed in a pressure cooker. it was filled with nails and black powder. it was placed inside a backpack and triggered by kitchen egg timers. the pressure cooker was made by the 5 the largest appliance maker in europe. a spring -- vigil was held for the youngest victim killed in the attack. and krystle campbells with killed cheering on her girlfriend's boyfriend. >> i cannot believe this has happened. it does not make any sense the. >> the third person killed has been identified as a boston university graduate student from china, a young woman, 76 people are still in the hospital, 20 of them in critical condition. >> our news reporter spoke with the family of a young bay area victim who was injured in the blast and she is live in boston for us. >> good morning. the 11-year-old is still in the hospital this morning recovering. aaron hern was with his family. look at the beautiful picket of the family because the mother was running in the basketball moistur
this. pelley: but they're still at the starting line. >> the f.b.i. is investigating it as an act of terrorism. >> pelley: john miller, bob orr and elaine quijano have the latest including what we now know about the bombs. we've learned the identities of two of the dead, a woman and an 8-year-old. jeff glor on martin, the boy who put a face on the tragedy. dr. jon lapook tells us how the youngest of the wounded are being treated tonight. and don dahler on the stories survivors are telling. >> everybody was just spectacular. the most well organized response i've seen in my entire life. captioning sponsored by cbs >> this is the cbs evening news with scott pelley reporting tonight from boston. >> pelley: good evening. no motive, no suspects, and the f.b.i. is now asking for help to identify the marathon bomber. they found a lot o
john brennan and f.b.i. director robert mueller, head by the house intelligence committee. it's an hour and 45 minutes. >> bring the committee to order. we will get our opening statements under way to get to our distinguished panelists and statements. i want to welcome national intelligence director james clapper, cia director john brennan. director of defense intelligence agency, michael flynn and director of the f.b.i., robert mueller. for the yearly open hearing before the house intelligence committee. as a reminder to all members, we're in open session and we should be careful not to discuss classified matters. whether he have a closed session immediately following this session to address sensitive matters. late our t to congrat committee yesterday, 18-2 vote on the cyber security information sharing bill we thought was a great start this morning because of changes made in the bill received the endorsement of tech net, largest high-tech association, association with the largest number of high-tech committees came in this morning. we're pleased with that and looking forward to movin
that they're home in california. >> i called the f.b.i. . i said they're in san diego at their house. i called the number. impossible. she's red flagged. she can't get through customed. she can't get through ins. i had the maryland state police call out there and say they were at pacific bell and electric company. they got the san diego county sheriffs and kicked the door in. >> afaf khalifa spent one night in jail and was extradited to maryland. >> you thought that was going to be a break? >> yeah. >> prosecutors in maryland wanted her to face criminal charges. but mostly, they said, they wanted adam and jason shannon returned to their father. >> did the authorities here believe that that arrest would have eventually led to those children being reunited with their dad? >> well, certainly, the charge and the arrest is to prosecute her for her own criminal acts. certainly, to get the children back and reunited with their father resulted from that, that would certainly have been a goal for them, as well. >> it took nine more months for the case to be heard here in this colonial-era court
with their financial affairs, the v.a. sends their name to the f.b.i. and they go on a nics list. and all of a sudden that takes away their second amendment right to own a gun. and it says that be in that lives in that house -- so it could be a spouse, it could be a child, it could be an adult child, for that fact -- also cannot own a firearm because the -- the -- the ruling says there can't be a firearm in th the -- in the -- in the residence. clearly, an appropriate determination if a veteran or any other american is found to be a harm to themselves or has a -- a mental disability, that we would all agree should disqualify them from gun ownership. now, let me say for the purposes of my colleagues and for the american people, this is not the standard that we currently apply at the veterans administration. we look at a veteran who's served his country and we say, you can't balance your checkbook so we're going to assign a fiduciary to you to balance your checkbook. you can't own a firearm. think about this. the fiduciary may be the spouse and all of a sudden that name goes to the nics list. why? beca
injuries. >> the f.b.i. is in charge of the probe. >> our mission is clear: to bring to justice those responsible for the marathon bumming. >> perts are pouring over the forensic evidence looking for clues of the explosive devices. president obama spoke again this morning. >> if you want to know who we are, what america is, how we spend to evil, that is it: selflessly, compassionately, unafraid. >> authorities spend the night in a residence near the airport and they have been having conversation with a saudi man who is considered a "person of interest" but so far, still, no suspect. >> thank you. we want to add, new reports say the explosives were a pressure fragments, and this iss and from our reporter and the crew in boston. the memorial is growing at the finish line of the marathon and armed officers patrol the streets with tanks. the street between the two blast sites is barricaded and it is a bit of a tourist attraction with hundreds of people showing up to see what is going on. beyond the barricades, the street is filled with trash and debris. normally it would be cleaned but it
offial says the company is horrified. the company says it has reached out to boston police and the f-b-i. but hasn't heard directly from investigators. we will continue to follow this developing story. and bring you the latest updates here on kron 4. on our 24/7 bay area news channel- comcast 193. and on our website. kron4 dot com. >> new tonight at eight. the family of a south bay teen who killed herself. after reportedly being bullied with pictures showing her being sexually assaulted. has filed a legal claim against her high school. audrie pott's family says the school was negligent. district officials are defending their actions. as kron four's terisa estacio reports, legal experts say this is a case that could affect schools everywhere. >> what did at the school know and what did they know about it? >> reporter: the school officials could be facing legal action. serious legal action if they failed to take appropriate disciplinary actions. school know and when did they know it. former prosecutor and criminal deffense attorney steven clark says school officials could be facing serious
, the f.b.i. has released pictures of suspects in the boston bombings. these men are now the target of a national manhunt. >> we consider them to be armed and extremely dangerous. >> pelley: bob orr and john miller are on the investigation. the president came to boston to lift the people's spirits, and he brought them to their feet. >> the world will return to this great american city to run harder than ever and to cheer even louder for the 118th boston marathon. >> pelley: major garrett is with the president. a catastrophic explosion devastates a texas town. ben tracey is on the scene. and saving the life of a child. elaine quijano with trac
by: caption colorado comments@captioncolorado.com >> pelley: tonight, the f.b.i. zeros in on a picture from the boston bombing. one security camera caught a person who is now the subject of a manhunt, and we know more about the marathon bombs from the parts found in the wreckage. bob orr, john miller and elaine quijano on the investigation. the senate has decided the fate of national gun control. >> so, all in all, this was a pretty shameful day for washington. >> pelley: chip reid has the results. a threat to the president was intercepted before it reached the white house. wyatt andrews has the story. there's a break in the case of the murdered prosecutors in texas. manuel bojorquez is there. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley.
will say both the f.b.i. and the department of defense, specifically d.o.d., for that matter all of us have a role to play in providing that policymakers, operators, etc. i also completely agree with i think underlying tenet of the bill that you passed yesterday, which recognizes the importance of partnership between the government. we certainly collectively cannot do it all. and we do need the help and assistance and cooperation of the civil sector. and so that's -- i guess that's all i'd say to answer the question. >> if each of you could just talk a little bit about the greatest cyberthreats from your perspectives. is it foreign governments? is it it terrorists? is it criminals? where is the biggest threat? >> let me start and others can contribute. any time you're assessing threat, there are obviously two dimensions. one is the capability, and the other dimension is intent. certainly from a capability standpoint in terms of ability --reek damage to the country wreak damage to the country, we are more concerned with the potential of the nation state, and obviously, we have called this ou
on the story without knowing the full details. i just saw on twitter that the f.b.i. is looking into this. i think this demonstrates that mitch mcconnell is one of the most savvy operators in employedern history. he demonstrated he's a transformational character in terms of policy answered how he has transformed the senate. he doesn't get enough credit for that. cenk: we all agree that, i think, and so, joe i'm not sure but they're doing opposition research, so what? it seems kind of savvy. >> ask george allen about that. he famously had his moment where the democrats are doing research involving some guy following them with a camera 24/7. it's legal. ethical? it might caught people some qualms. but a lot that's legal is shocking to other people and what's more shocking is financially what's legal. that to me is more troublesome. cenk: absolutely, that's what we should be spending 90% of our time talking about where they get their money. on the issue of health, questions mental health, christianty, fair game? >> they were having what they thought was a private conversation. look, i sounds un
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